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The Function And Application Of The Rubber joint

Apr. 09, 2019

Industry knowledge 1:

Rubber joint, which supplied from Rubber Joint Manufacturer,it is a bridge to set up all kinds of pipe connection, which can compensate for thermal expansion and cold contraction caused by temperature change. The rubber joint is composed of inner and outer rubber layer, cord layer and steel wire ring, which is combined with metal flange or parallel joint loose sleeve after vulcanization molding. High internal density, can withstand high pressure, elastic deformation effect of good products.

Rubber joint is also known as shock absorber, rubber soft joint, rubber soft joint, shock absorber throat. JGD flexible rubber joint is a flexible connector for metal pipes, which is composed of inner rubber layer, nylon cord fabric reinforcement, outer rubber layer composite rubber ball and loose metal flange. Flexible rubber joint has the characteristics of high pressure resistance, good elasticity, large displacement, balanced pipeline deviation, vibration absorption, good noise reduction effect, easy installation and so on.

                                                        Rubber joint

Industry knowledge 2:

Rubber Joint Supplier tells you that rubber joints are widely used in water supply and drainage, circulating water, hvac, fire protection, papermaking, pharmaceutical, petrochemical, ships, pumps, compressors, fans and other pipe systems.

Soft rubber joints commonly used in the pump and the pipe connections, it mainly ACTS as shock absorption, in operation because the pump will have a great time, and the pipe is directly connected to the water pump, in order to avoid the vibration damage of pipeline, so add a soft rubber joints plays a protective role. Fire soft rubber joints, than the general soft rubber joints requirement is much higher, it is used for fire fighting, fire equipment, equipment, conveying water, fire extinguishing gas pipe material or other media.


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